17 employees reported this benefit
Self explanatory but working from home is such a huge benefit and luxury. Especially since as a teacher you are constantly exposed to runny noses, coughs and other germs!
I love working from home! Flexible schedule, removed from office politics and cubicle neighbors who chew their ice!
I telecommute, so my home office is my primary workplace. PresenceLearning has been very accommodating. Fellow team members are slowly getting used to working with remote employees as most of the staff works in the San Francisco office. Occasionally there are issues with information shared verbally in the office that isn't disseminated in a timely manner to remote employees. They do not pay for some commonly reimbursed home office expenses (e.g. Internet fees) and only provide a laptop and monitors. Previous employers have paid for all of my home office expenses, provided multi-function printers, etc. Other employers also provide home office equipment such as desks and chairs.
They support work/life balance, work autonomy while maintaining a feeling of connection between in the office and remote staff.
You work from home and make your own schedule. You obviously have to work with families and schools to agree upon a time, but it is still very flexible. No driving to work or getting up two hours early to get around.
Working from home has it's benefits but working from home for Presence Learning is very isolating. The company tried to mitigate some of that by putting you in groups with supervisors. But overall, it's still very isolating.
Allows you to be flexible about your hours (you can work in different time zones) and to take on more hours or less hours as needed.
PresenceLearning allows everyone to work from home, both full-time and part-time, depending on the individual's personal situation and needs.
You can set your hours.